Had Leoš Mareš stayed true to his title of the master of fur coats, he would undoubtedly buy at least half of the latest Dolce & Gabbana models. The unconventional FW 2020 collection is dominated by fur coats together with knitwear and work clothes.
We are already excited to see if other world designers will come up with their own selection of fluffy fur coats, turning them into a number one trend, or if it's just Domenico Dolce and Stefan Gabbano's
whim and desire to experiment. But one thing is for sure... Gentlemen, if you opt for warm fur coats next fall and winter, you won't be in danger of catching a cold!
Knitted fabrics go hand in hand with fur coats, and those by Dolce & Gabbana are beyond luxurious! What we enjoy most is the combination of shaggy sweaters and maxi shawls.
What kind of collection would it be if it lacked some French charm? The combination of long coats, elegant caps and turtlenecks is simply flawless. We can easily imagine wandering through romantic French streets alongside a man like this.
To be clear, the FW 2020 is not just a showcase of luxury models and expensive pieces. The collection carries a message that we need to remind ourselves of, especially nowadays. Handwork has its charm and we can't do without it! Who would repair your heating or take care of the ornamental shrubs in your garden, if the world was full of white collars?!
Finally, a recommendation that needs to be repeated over and over: Less is more. That means, pieces that feature a logo stretching across half the catwalk and ultra-bodycon T-shirts that look like you'd accidentally washed them on ninety are to be avoided like the plague. Luxury men's fashion and oversized pieces for the win!
Oh lala, I gotta say that the new Dolce and Gabbana collection is a success. Fur coats, when not made of real animals, are in. And practical, especially in winter, although it looks like this collection has been made specifically for Russia, where the temperatures drop way below zero. Otherwise, global warming doesn't, in my opinion, favor this type of clothing. Anyway, not only that I'd easily chose something for myself here, even though it's a men's collection, but I couldn't stop drooling over the guys presenting the models.
When I see this handsome guy holding that cute little sheep, it makes me wanna go all "awwww". The fur coat and the model may look like the Devil's servants, but the sheep? Smoochity! I hope the fashion house doesn't have a problem with animal activists now.
When I was litle, there was an extremely popular type of pajama that we used to call "matýsek". (by God, don't ask me why). In any case, it looked just like today's jumpsuits. All the children wanted to have one. At sleep-away camps, there was always a quiet, unwritten contest for the best "matýsek". Mine looked exactly like this.
I really wish, (can't even tell you how much!), that this hot guy would ring at my door one day. He should buy these beautiful flowers just for me, wear a sexy uniform and proceed to fix my sink. If the repairmen start looking like this here in Prague, I should start saving money not only for new fur coats, but also for all the repairs I'll need done.
I hate to be a stickler, but it seems to me that Leoš has finally fulfilled his dream of becoming a world renown influencer and his fame has crossed the borders of our Czech basin. I firmly believe they've stolen this coat from him, dipped it in paint in Morocco and that's how this ginger fox thingy was created. Thumbs down to the fur coat, thumbs up to Leoš for finally making it.
The bottom line is - I'm not totally excited about this. Maybe because there are male models in the fur coats. Maybe because they've been out of fashion for a long time. I'm not sure. But I believe that the iconic fashion brand will succeed in selling these to the general population, wherupon people will start congratulating Leoš for being such a trendsetter.